Comparative and international education (re)assembled examining a scholarly field through an assemblage theory lens

"Drawing on a post-foundational approach to Deleuze and Guattari's seminal work on assemblage theory, this book explores the scholarly field of comparative and international education (CIE). Written by a diverse collection of international scholars from Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, S...

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Other Authors: Jules, Tavis D. (Editor), Salajan, Florin D. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London Bloomsbury Academic 2022, 2022
Edition:First edition
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Collection: Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a Part II: Engaging with Assemblage in Emerging Comparative Conceptualizations. 2. Comparative and International Education, Affect, and Assemblage / Irving Epstein (Illinois Wesleyan University, USA) ; 3. The Unexplored Education in Comparative and International Education / Charl C. Wolhuter (North West University, South Africa) ; 4. Moving Near Actor-Network Theory in Comparative and International Education / Paolo Landri (Institute of Research on Population and Social Policies, National Research Council, Italy) ; 5. The Identity of Comparative and International Education / Linli Zhou, Crystal Greene and Andrew Swindell (University of California, Los Angeles, USA) ; 6. The Policy Study Affordances of Melding Critical Realism and Assemblage Theory into a Socio-Ideational Analysis Framework / David Martyn and Conor Galvin (University College Dublin, Ireland) --  
505 0 |a Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0 |a Part III: Redrawing Spaces, Geographies and Regions of Comparison via Assemblage Paradigms. 7. (Re)Territorialising the Field of Comparative and International Education in Malaysia / Aizuddin Mohamed Anuar (University of Oxford, UK) and Pravindharan Balakrishnan (Padang Midin National Secondary School, Malaysia) ; 8. An Examination of the European Area of Higher Education as a Complex Educational Assemblage / Florin D. Salajan (North Dakota State University, USA) ; 9. Assembling, Reassembling, Disassembling Regional Educational Assemblage / Tavis D. Jules (Loyola University Chicago, USA) --  
505 0 |a Part I: Introduction 1. (Re)Assembling Comparative and International Education / Florin D. Salajan (North Dakota State University, USA) and Tavis D. Jules (Loyola University Chicago, USA) --  
505 0 |a Part IV: Assembling Practice and Profession in CIE. 10. A Virtual Community of Practice as Assemblage(s) / Cathryn Magno and Anna Becker-Cavallin (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) ; 11. Assembled Teaching and a Power-Sensitive Conceptualisation of Didactics / Elin Sundstrèom Sjèodin (Mälardalen University, Sweden) and Ninni Wahlstrèom (Linnaeus University, Sweden) ; 12. Re-Considering University Rankings with Online Instruction and Adaptability / Mariam Orkodashvili ( Georgian-American University, Georgia) -- Part V: Epilogue. 13. Imagining the (Re)Assembled Contours of a Metamorphosing Field / Florin D. Salajan (North Dakota State University, USA) and Tavis D. Jules (Loyola University Chicago, USA) -- References -- Index 
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520 |a "Drawing on a post-foundational approach to Deleuze and Guattari's seminal work on assemblage theory, this book explores the scholarly field of comparative and international education (CIE). Written by a diverse collection of international scholars from Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the USA, the chapters use the assemblage paradigm as an analytical tool to examine the continuously evolving field of CIE. The theoretical chapters unpack assemblage theory and its core components, whilst others draw on examples and international case studies to show how assemblage theory could be applied to future CIE research. The field of CIE is prone to constant (re)configurations and this book casts the shaping of the field in a fresh light, prompting new discussions on the field's variability and flexibility."--